Whether you’ve been a Christian all of your life, are new to the faith, or are coming back to the faith after a long time away, we welcome you! The best place to connect is to join us on a Sunday morning. Here’s what you can expect.:
Sunday School classes are offered for both children and adults. Classes begin at 9:40 a.m. Children classes are located in the classrooms behind the church while the adult Sunday School classes are in the new Family Life Center. Everyone is invited to join any of the classes, whether you are a member of the church or not.
Coffeehouse is an informal gathering in our Fellowship Hall beginning at 10:40 a.m. There are light refreshments and a time of fellowship and all ages are welcome. This is a great place to meet people before worship.
The nursery is located next to the kitchen in our Fellowship Hall. A paid childcare worker is present from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. to provide safe loving childcare for infants and toddlers. Of course, we’d love for them to join us for worship too.
Lexington UMC is pleased to offer two worship services on Sunday mornings. Our Contemporary Service begins at 10 a.m. in the Family Life Center and includes a worship and praise group that leads us in songs that you may already know from your favorite Christian radio station. A “Prayground” has been set up inside the worship service where your children may sit and do activities during service while still being near to you. We also offer a wonderful Children’s Sunday School with a team of great leaders eager to walk kids through the wonders of God’s word while you are in worship service. Sunday School is located in the Classrooms between the Family Life Center and Sanctuary. If you need help locating them, please ask our usher to help you out!
Our Traditional Service begins at 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary. The music is both ancient and modern and can be sung out of a hymnal or off of the screen in the front of the sanctuary. Preaching is biblical and relevant to life. We celebrate Holy Communion once a month on the first Sunday. We believe that all who love God, repent of their sin, and strive to live in peace with others are invited by Christ to His table.